St. Andrew’s Church is a beautiful historic building in the heart of the village. There has been a church on the current site for at least 900 years. The church is open during the day from April to October so why not come in and learn more about its rich history and take a moment to pause and reflect? It also houses the Kingham archive display.
St. Andrew’s is part of the Chipping Norton benefice and is led by Reverend David Salter, who is also the vicar of All Saints, Churchill and St. Peter’s, Daylesford. Our aim is to be at the heart of the village, sharing the love of Christ. The usual programme of services is a family service on the second and fourth Sundays of the month at 10.45am with children’s activities and a more traditional service at 9am on the first and third Sundays, but check the noticeboard or church website as sometimes these vary. All are very welcome!
For further information about all our other activities, please visit the church’s website.
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